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Peter Slater Burley joined the RAF as a Boy Entrant in 1937. He volunteered for flying duties and was sent for a radar course at RAF Yatesbury.
He was serving with 600 Squadron at Manston by 28th June 1940 as an Aircraftsman.
Burley flew seven operational sorties during the Battle of Britain. He was promoted to Sergeant in early October. Subsequently Burley contracted TB and spent the final years of the war in hospital in Worcester.
He died in 1979.